To cover the hole in his face, Graeme
has skin and muscle grafted from his thigh before having a prosthetic eye fitted in 2018 and then a prosthetic nose, meaning he can now breathe properly again without pain and even wear his glasses.
told the ECHO: "I wasn't feeling unwell and I didn't suffer any weight loss.
Heward is now cycling over 1,000 miles to raise awareness
was pictured on the weekend his watery eye started, eight months later he was diagnosed with cancer
Kilted kids Graeme
captures two boys in a fit of giggles
"But for Graeme
to have taken so much criticism for it has really angered me.
and I have always wanted to have a family and now we have our lovely twins."
, a member of Airdrie Cycling Club, was joined on his 950-mile trek by friend Phil Brown, from Peterborough, who raised funds for Kidney Research UK.
But as he reflects on Graeme
's life, dad Brian says his son was an inspiration to many people.
Sean Holt, Executive Director at FESPA comments: "We're delighted to welcome Graeme
has an extensive experience and knowledge of the training, audit, consulting and certification market in United Kingdom and its regions.